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Andrew Luck is the best QB in the 2011 Draft Class, and it's for good reason. A preseason favorite to compete for the Heisman, Andrew has met or exceeded all expectations.
He racked up more than 3,300 passing yards this season and maintained a whopping 170 passer rating. He isn't as fast as Cam Newton, but managed to rack up 450 yards rushing this season and averaged 8.2 yards a carry.
The difference between Newton and Luck is in their style. Andrew Luck will immediately be able to be inserted into a professional, NFL style offense. He'll also immediately be able to succeed in that system.
As far as decision making ability, Luck is simply unmatched. It's the equivalent of having an offensive coordinator taking your snaps. He can take what the defense gives him, before or during a play, and manage to rip even the most dominant PAC 10 defenses to pieces.
He's slippery, he's fast, he's huge, he's strong, he's smart. He's everything you could possibly want in a quarterback rolled into one 6'4" tall package.
Watch for Luck to go early, start immediately, and change the entire dynamic of whichever team is lucky enough to snag him.